Northwest Second Avenue was looking like the Great Barrier Reef Saturday night, with millions of organisms interacting symbiotically, and consuming the multitudinous works of art of all varieties. We flowed through the current like a tiny plankton on a mission, avoiding hungry whales, and laughing at the sucker fish who ended up a feast for sharks. Schools of new Jacks performed intricate mating rituals, sponges soaked up the floating ephemera, and the ancient coral rock held it all down. Here's just some of what we saw, but remember, there are plenty of fish in the sea.
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